Some adults that suffer from migraines may receive a bonus as they age. According to “The Migraine Trust”, a U.K. based migraine research charity, 40% of adults who have battled migraines for decades, will no longer have migraine attacks by age 65. This is another example of how the body may improve with age.
There are recommendations for the 60% of older adults that will continue to suffer from migraines.
#1) Understand that there are many “triggers” for migraines.
#2) Know your own health conditions that may be a trigger for an attack and keep those problems under control.
#3) If an adult should experience a first migraine at 65 or older, a doctor’s appointment is extremely important for examining any underlying health issue that may be the cause.